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extended forrcast. 3 with time running out, the orioles try to stay within striking distaace of the yankees..bruce cunninggam has hilights next in sports unlimited. anncr: their dishonest ads are everywhere. a west virginia casino spending a fortune... to stop question seven. they don't want competition. the washington post wrote the casino behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. thaa's all for theelate edition, i'm jeff barnd. and i'm jjnnnfer gilbert, here's bruce cunningham with sports unnimited. unlimited. 3 with just 8 gamee remaining in the regular seasos, every night is a must win for thh &porioles...they went in tonigh trailing the yankees by aaggme and a half...it was game three against toronto.. toronto.. joe saunderr on the hill for loss...but he struggled look early...ttp ffrst...two men on for yan gome
their division. my next guest achieved baseball glory leading the new york yankees to four world series titles as their manager. his other challenge these days is helping domestic abuse victims with his tenth annual charity gala just a month away. i'm pleased to have back former yankee an dodger manager joe torre joining me. we'll talk about so much. i want to get into baseball as well. let's talk about safe at home, joe. you started this foundation because of your mother. talk to us about the progress that you've seen and the issues that remain. >> well, you know, maria, this thing is this deep, dark secret. even when i was growing up in our home, you know, my dad was abusing my mom. he never touched me, physically abused me. there was fear going on. i carried it into my adult life, really never connected the dots until later on. you know, we started our safe at home foundation, surprised my wife when i said i wanted to do something with domestic violence. it was her idea to do it through education. so we have safe rooms in schools. we have actually ten of them in the new york area and two in
for first in the the american league east with the yankees. pete gilbert will have more on that but first we take a look at the legend honored before last night's game that got o's fans on their feet. >> number 5 was the sixth and final orioles icon to be a permanent fixture in camden yards in 2012. the 75-year-old and 16-time gold glove winning third base man had been battling health issues this year. but on saturday night, he looked good and felt great about the honor. >> and i just want to say to all you fans here, i don't like to call you fans. i like to call you friends. >> later, the 1970 world series mvp hopped into a convertible and joined his fellow orioles legends for an on field speech that touched upon his humble baseball beginnings in baltimore, right after high school. >> when i signed with the orioles, i took my $4,000. that was my salary. came to baltimore. my first plane ride. ended up in pennsylvania. i signed. i signed with the orioles, mainly because i thought it was the quickest way to the major leagues. >> and this special night for fans stayed that way when the orioles
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yankees and at the top of the wildcard race. tomorrow the final living legend statue will unveiled. brooks robinson, that's going to happen. that game, by the way, sold out. and, of course, don't forget about the buckle up rallies. buckle up for the o's. those rallies are going on all this weekend and they want you to get pumped up and help cheer the team on. so today bank of america center downtown, there is a rally there from 11:00 to noon and south point. they're also going to be hosting one, that's today from noon until 1:00. and then tomorrow at barks which is near m and t bank stadium, the buckle up rally. that one is happening from noon until 2:00. so a lot of outdoor plans happening surrounding this game, lynette. the pressure is on. >> i know. >> hopefully it'll be nice out. >> i know. so we have the wet weather this morning, megan. but by the game i believe that we will be dry. so that's some good news that we like to hear on a friday. happy friday, by the way. let's get down to business and talk about what's going on right now on maryland's most powerful radar because we do have
, they gained no ground on the yankees who also won on friday. tampa finally lost. its eight game win streak coming to an end. that bodes well as the rays fall now four back of the birds. that's a look at sports. have a great day. >> keep winning. keep winning. all right. >>> one of the strangest stories that went viral across the country this past week. a florida man accused of riding his horse, drunk, through a florida town. well, it drew a crowd and landed the man in jail. haley winslow has more on that wild ride. >> here he is on the left side of the screen in a full gallop, rounding the corner and down the street. charles cower and his horse blow through a stop sign and keep going. >> we tried to stop him and talk with him, told him to get off the horse. he took off in a gallop. >> the wild ride started at 10 a.m. monday and lasted more than five hours. >> it was large crowd of people that were beginning to follow him around. he had almost run over several persons with the horse, as well as in and out in front of cars. he started to develop quite a crowd and stir in town. >> people woul
to be a part of ed it hasn't been the giants or the yankees or white sox. they just have had a problem with drawn. on mondays and tuesday nights they hardly ever draw good here. if they can go until when said with a chance to clinch the season that will probably get up to 30,000. in it is a concern of all the attendance has been. >>have you ever saying 18 or know of a team that is playoff down with four rookie pitchers? >> know i cannot think of that. this is probably why these guys would like to get him back after an injury. >>will melt them be the manager of the year? >> all i can tell you is that if i had a manager of the year he would not give my vote. if i look at the expectations then i will have to say that his job has been a no- brainer and as he would deserve the award. >>you are done in your not be up and you both. have you talked to anyone about the was some electronic media? >> i enjoyed doing it but i may have to make some phone calls. c.j. do not let this go to your head. >>keeping up and i hope you have a nice run in the playoffs. >>in giants try to eliminate the dodgers
their division. right now they are tied for the top spot with the yankees with just three games left to play. >>> it was a nail biter down for the redskins down in tampa. the team blew a 21-3 lead but were able to escape with a last second win. dan hellie was the reaction to this wild win. >> reporter: if there's such a thing as a tipping point to this wild season, this could have been the game for the redskins. they improve to 2-2 after a huge come from behindin over the buccaneers. it's the first time the redskins have come back to win a game in the final minute since 1999, and now they improve to .500 after a quarter of the way through the season instead of resting at 1-3. all the players know how big this victory was. >> it's huge. it means a happy plane ride back. it means a great week of practice. guys will be feeling good. we're 2-2. we're at .500 through the first quarter of the season. going back 1-3 is not a great feeling. >> just momentum-wise it's getting us to continue to stay positive going through the rest of the season. it's hard to give it your all, go out and bust your butt
. this is yankee legend here. >> he played for other teams, too. could you imagine not being born with a right hand? his parents wanted him to play soccer for obvious reasons. he wants to play baseball. throws a no-hitter first game he ever pitches. become the quarterback. the coach says he has a strong arm and also punts. can you imagine trying to field the long snap with one hand and punting? pitches a no-hitter for the yankees. inspiring story. >> what i love so much, he was a feel-good story to begin with. he didn't just make the big leagues. he excelled, threw the no-hitter. >> not only that. he went to play in the national league where they don't have the designated hitter. he to bat. >> wasn't bad. >> with one hand. he get ace hit, rbi. he did it all. >> i have 5-year-old twin boys. they have a tend enency to chee for whoever is winning. i'm trying to convince them it's not always good to pull for the front-runner. you should pull for the underdog, the guy who is behind. >> tell them to grow up. what are you teaching your kids? no. i think that kids -- i'm not sure they cheer for the winner.
much the a's have because they have to go to detroit, the yankees and texas. they won four out of the six and that is not bad. how many games they have left now? six games and i would not bet against the making the playoffs now. the mariners and then they get to play the rangers. all the games will be at home. and my guess i am ready for the a's. if we see more seats filled that is what it comes down to. >> i see it coming down to j. r. i just tell him the light of the coliseum's and where are the fans. >> it is going to be a gorgeous weekend and i know there's the ball to watch the would you do something tomorrow? will you pledge tomorrow to get off your butt and do something? >> i play a big turkey on tv but i move around a bit. it's like the older father driving his kids around on the weekend. >> you said it's all in the car you drive >> i am not running but i am going to say get on your mark spitz said go. but then i will go home immediately and set back on the couch. >> i'll be watching for you as i run by. >> that is a pretty good little run. >> we will see you is 7:53 a.
butter sold at trader joe's. for some, some on tv. the new york yankees lead the baltimore in the american league east and the orioles beat tampa bay and new york loses the boston. new york and baltimore to be decided. the winner between oakland and texas gets the title and the loser gets the wild card. that is your fox news minute. back to you, tracy. tracy: you got football and basketball. i don't even know what sport is on tv. happy one of them ending. who is the better regulated? the government or corporate america? this is what we have been asking for a long time now. nick a can is ceo of american electric power and joins us from new york, many of us believe corporations are better off regulating themselves and you do too. >> regulatory structures have to be common sense and operating in to those structures but it has to be common sense but from a corporate perspective we are unable to govern ourselves. unable to govern ourselves. tracy: your company tried to instill them. >> we continue to work with epa and others to work with issues that come out with rules that is d
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